With the country enduring one of its hottest summers on record, reliance on the grid has been at an all-time high.
The energy farms will produce 80 per cent of power usage at each site in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Industry responses must be submitted by July 31, 2017.
Significant growth is due to rising impetus on renewable energy generation such as solar power and increased demand for thermal energy storage systems in HVAC.
Work on the renewable energy powered data centre hub will begin this year, with two further sites planned for 2018.
This innovative, first of its kind project, will lower power bills and reduce emissions in South Australia.
The new homes will be built to an average 7-Star National Housing Energy Rating System (NatHERS) rating.
Only the solar PV boosted model met all GEMS requirements.
The farm is expected to reach completion in January 2018.
CSIRO's partnership with Chinese company Thermal Focus takes Australia's clean energy technology to a global stage.
The centre will be a hub for researchers and industry to tailor technologies to specific requirements.
The ACT Government funded the research through the Renewable Energy Innovation Fund.
The technology was developed by CSIRO, which has granted exclusive rights to Evergen.
The world leading project is scheduled for completion in April 2017.
Redback plans to employ 60 new team members at the R&D facility.